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Old 06-23-2014, 01:13 PM   #1
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Leak around exhaust fan roof vent

I own a 2012 32' motor home holiday Rambler, I am experiencing a leak dripping from screw hole in the bathroom exhaust vent, I check the roof and the vent lid and the surrounding flange, cannot find anything, has any one else had this problem? Thanks Sea grouch
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If you think the vent might be leaky I'd get lap sealant and just go over everything. If you have any vent pipes near it I'd go over them too, remember water will travel.
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Is it raining or just very humid out. ?
1. if it is raining get out a tarp or big plastic and go on the roof and cover the vent,the leak should stop. then when it stops raining repair with lap sealant, good luck
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